Journal, Vol. 08, No. 1 – Spring 1985

Cover: Emma S. Haynes is featured on the cover. She was a German from Russia, a longtime AHSGR board member and noted researcher on Germans from Russia.

The following parts of this issue are in memory of Mrs. Haynes: “Montage of Emma S. Haynes Pictures”; “In Memory of Emma S. Haynes” by David J. Miller; “We Will Never Forget Her Smile” by Ruth M. Amen; “A Tribute to Emma Schwabenland Haynes” by Lawrence A. Weigel; and “Honor to Whom Honor Is Due” by Matthias Hagin, translated by Jo Ann Kuhr.
“Meet Sally Tieszen Hieb, AHSGR’s International President”
“Gustav Hartkorn, the Forest Runner” by Hertha Karasek-Strzygowski (Wolhynisches Tagebuch), translated by Selma T. Hieb
“Traditional Nicknames From St. Joseph’s Colony, Saskatchewan,” by George Gette
“Memories of My Childhood” by George W. Gossen
“Researching the Germanic Origins of Your Volga German Ancestors” by Vern Beilman
“The Jacob and Olga Ruff Fetzer Story” by Jacob Fetzer
“Radio Broadcasts to the Soviet Union” by John Brug
“The Mayer Letter” by Ilse and Artur Mayer
“Biography of Christina Netz Hillius (1861-1939) of Kulm, North Dakota,” by Otto H. Sperling
“Experiences of My Trip From Dolinovka, North Caucasus, to Asino, Tomsk Region, Siberia, From October 1, 1941 to 1951,” anonymous, translated by Jo Ann Kuhr
“An Account of the Hertz Family That Pioneered and Settled in Neuburg, Russia, Beginning in 1804,” compiled by Henry Hertz, as related in part by Johann Hertz
Book Reviews: In the Far Country: A Portrait of Three Generations reviewed by Timothy J. Kloberdanz, and Luseland Hub and Spokes: A History of Luseland, Saskatchewan, Canada, 1905-1983, reviewed by Pauline B. Dudek
“The Books and Articles Recently Added to the AHSGR Archives” section was annotated by Frances Amen and Mary Lynn Tuck

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